PML-N always respected judiciary: Saaf Rafique
ISLAMABAD: (Parliament Times) Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique has said PML-N has always respected courts and will do so in future as well.
Talking to media in Islamabad on Friday evening, he said that Prime Minister himself proposed to form a judicial commission to probe the allegations leveled in the Panama Papers. He said all the three petitions filed in the Supreme Court by the political opponents of the PML-N, who have always been defeated in the election arena.
The Minister said Pakistan is not a banana republic and no one is above the law. He said JIT has no powers to eavesdropping on the Prime Minister House. He said JIT ill-treated Tariq Shafi and Ahmed Noorani during the probe.
He said we have been consistently facing a trial like situation since PML-N assumed power. He said Imran Khan is a loser will remain so in future. He said PTI has taken the country back to the decade of 1990 when politics of mudslinging was in vogue. He said PML-N is once again being victimized by biasedness, hate, foreign conspirators.
Saad Rafique said that the government is trying to improve civil-military relations as they have tumultuous history.